Models.com has released its 2014 Model of the Year Awards with a breakdown between "Industry's Vote" and "Readers' Choice," and the results between the two could not be more different.
The Industry's Vote was decided on by a 250-person panel made up of fashion's elite, including LOVE Magazine editor Katie Grand, W Magazine fashion and style director Edward Enninful, Nicola Formichetti of Diesel, and many more.
Cara Delevingne was named "Model of the Year" in the Readers' Choice section, however, it was Edie Campbell who took home the title as per the Industry's Vote. Campbell may not have the social media following of Delevingne, but she has starred in campaigns for Lanvin, Louis Vuitton, and Marc Jacobs. And while Tumblr found that Kendall Jenner was the most popular model of 2014, she failed to even get nominated in this category.
Kendall's name does show up as a winner of the Readers' Choice "Breakout Star" award, with model and Kendall's friend, Gigi Hadid, a runner-up. The Industry Vote went to Anna Ewers, who doesn't have Kendall's pedigree, but has racked up big spots in campaigns for Alexander Wang and Versace.
Readers and industry members only agreed completely on two categories, one was the "Social Media Star" award, which was given to Delevingne, with Kendall as runner-up. The other was the "Comeback of the Year," where Gemma Ward walked away a winner as both the Readers' and Industry's choice.
Check out the full breakdown of awards on Models.com.